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She's No Faerie Princess (The Others, Book 10) Mass Market Paperback – October 31, 2006


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1st edition (October 31, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312347766
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312347765
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.3 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,091 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

Secret negotiations between the Council of Others—paranormal beings who secretly walk among us—and human delegations are at a critical juncture in Warren's fine, erotic follow-up to Wolf at the Door. Meanwhile, werewolf Tobias Walker works to keep Manhattan's streets quiet, in hopes that a treaty can be reached allowing the Others to "come out" safely. Trouble arises when impetuous Fiona, princess of the Fae (called Faeries by humankind), breaks the rules laid down by her aunt, the queen, and crosses into the human plane for a bit of a vacation: shopping, rock and roll concerts and relaxation. But upon her arrival, she's attacked by a wayward demon; luckily, Tobias is there to rescue. Since a spell prevents her from returning home, Tobias secrets her in his apartment, risking the explosion of her aunt's legendary temper and the breakdown of negotiations. Worse, a mysterious entity is killing humans and making it look as though Others are responsible. As they race to solve the mystery and return Fiona to her world, an impossible attraction between Tobias and Fiona grows—and it seems their passion has the power to ignite Fiona's magic abilities. The strong chemistry between the leads; a multitude of well-drawn, unique secondary characters; and a gritty urban setting make this a winning read. Though part of a series, Warren excels at making her complex world accessible to new readers. (Nov.)
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"Fun, fast, and fabulously sexy!" ---Kerrelyn Sparks --This text refers to the MP3 CD edition.

More About the Author

Born and raised in coastal New England, Christine Warren now lives in the Pacific Northwest and only wonders what took her so long to get there.

When not scrambling frantically to complete her latest writing project, Christine spends most of her time as a crazy animal lady, hanging out with her dog Levi, her horse Cal, and the assorted human friends willing to put up with her oddity. In addition to playing with her pets, Christine's hobbies include identifying dog breeds from photos of their underbellies, appreciating fine and not-so-fine wines, shopping for the perfect pair of Christian Louboutin shoes, and most of all reading things someone else had to agonize over.

She enjoys hearing from readers and can be reached via email sent to Christine@christinewarren.net or by postal mail to Christine Warren, PO Box 871900, Vancouver, WA 98687-1900.

Customer Reviews

The ending is rather too dieux ex machina.
G. Robinson
It was funny, the dialogue was witty and the love scenes were hot, lol.
Erin Walsh
I enjoyed the main characters as well as the supporting cast.
Shannon C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Lauren Dane on January 20, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I've been a fan of Christine Warren's books since I read her Fixed series at Ellora's Cave a few years back and I was so pleased when I heard she'd sold to NY. I was also happy to see some characters from her Fixed series featured. HOWEVER, even if I hadn't read the prior books, it wouldn't have mattered, she gave enough backstory and didn't feature them in a way that would have confused you if you haven't read her Fixed books (although you should really read Fur Fixed with Graham and Missy - my favorite of the series at EC)

Fiona is a total pain in the booty but she's likeable too. I enjoyed reading about her character and I really loved the scenes with her pixie and imp.

And Tobias - well, one of the reasons I love to read about werewolves (done right) is how very alpha and protective they can be. I thought Warren hit the right balance here. He's sexy and strong and smart and you know he's going to fall for Fiona in a big way but I thought the way they came together was believable (it *is* paranormal romance).

I liked the magic and the world she's built and the chemistry was HOT! I wish there were more books about the Fae out there but in the mean time, check this one out because it's very satisfying.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amy Aldrich on February 17, 2007
Format: Mass Market Paperback
An interesting premise...Fiona, daughter of Queen Mab (Seelie Court) and King Dionnu (Useelie court) decides she's had enough court intrigue and politics and heads off to New York for a bit of a vacation...despite the fact that travel to human land are banned by her aunt, The Queen. She successfully slips out of her world and into the human realm and is almost immediately attacked by a demon and then saved by Tobias, a werewolf. This story is an interesting mix of the everyday "real" world, a separate magical world...and those places where the two mix. The basic gist of the story is that Fiona comes for a vacation...a little dancing, some good food, a little hankie panky and winds up stuck here, hunted by demons at what could be described as the worst time for this to happen...at a time when humans and otherkin of all kinds are negotiating otherkin rights. At a time when these negotiations are at a delicate place and where Tobias and his pack are working around the clock to ensure there are no "incidents" to ruin the negotiations.

What you get in She's No Faerie Princess is just romping good fun with a minor mystery thrown in. Probably the best part of the book is the chemistry between Tobias and Fiona. They have a very Han Solo/Princess Lea kind of sexual tension/animosity between them (sorry, but that's what came to mind as I was reading through the book) that manages to be both humorous and annoying. I guess that's what happens when you throw a sexually liberated and extremely stubborn Faerie into a romantic paring with an [..] retentive, driven to protect werewolf. That's not all it's got...in this story you get Demons, Fiends, Witches, Werewolves (and a Werejaguar), heck you even get Demon Police...
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 3, 2006
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I've been following Christine Warren since before her Other stories went mainstream. I'm happy to say that this story has plenty of action and great chemistry between the hero and heroine. Plus, there are return visits from some of her other great characters.

Fiona, a Fae princess, pops into New York for a vacation. Unfortunately, she runs into demon trouble and joins forces with Tobias Walker, a werewolf who tries to protect her while they try solve the demon mystery.

I loved the tension between the main characters, and who can resist an alpha male?

The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I think I still miss the really steamy love scenes that characterized her early work with the Others, although this book has plenty of heat.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Anna Hope VINE VOICE on November 14, 2006
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Fiona, faerie princess in line to potentially inherit both of the thrones of Faerie, has decided to get away from the political intrigues of the court and steal off to modern day New York City. One little problem, a demon who wants to eat her heart is there to greet her at the dimensional doorway.

For Tobias Walker, nearly alpha werewolf, Fiona's appearance couldn't have come at a worse time. The Others, the supernatural community, are secretly working with human politicians from all over the globe to field a bill of rights before they have one heck of a coming out. This means Tobias has been assigned the job of keeping all the Others in the city out of trouble- the last thing he wants is A. a bunch of hungry demons running amuck eating the populice and B. a royal faerie trapped in his town against the fae queens wishes who happens to be the queens neice and a tasty demon treat.

But neither of them gets any say in the matter when Fions's gate home closes and their forced to work together to save the populace from the demons. It's a great story with lots of fire between the possesive wolf and the princess. I couldn't give it a 5 though because some things you could just see way in advance, like the bad guy. There was really only one option for who it could be. But it's definitely a story worth picking up and it was better than Wolf at the Door it's predacessor in this series.
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